Whenever a company starts updating their phones in a newer version of Android choose its flagging search. It makes sense that you pay extra attention to the expensive terminals. But soon after it started introducing updates to the top terminals from years past.
That's what we saw with Samsung, which recently updated the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 to Android and now we see that version is starting to reach the Note 9.
The update begins in India
The Android 10 update for the Note 9 debuted in November with a beta of this version, where multiple users can be installed. And these are the first to get the new software in stable form, after the proper repair of Samsung.
In fact, the company has invited beta version users to switch to stable because the first one will not be updated.
New type, with a positive number N960FXXU4DSLB, only takes 100 MB, but for users who were in beta programs. If it reaches other consumers it will take GB years, of course.
This update is also upgrading the monthly Android security boat, placing it on the latest available at that time, that is December 2019.
As it turns out, we'll see the One UI 2, Samsung's new interface, a reboot of the one launched last year.
In short for all Samsung Galaxy Note 9
Though there are currently updates for updates in India only, they should start reaching out to other users with the beta version of One UI 2 and Android 10 on Note 9.
Later, in a few weeks, some owners of this model should see a change notice right from Android 9 with one UI to Android 10 with one UI 2.